Commit 55973708 authored by Rafaël Carré's avatar Rafaël Carré

Use gendef to generate .def file

dlltool will then generate a correct .lib file
No need to use VS tools anymore
parent 9e4433c9
......@@ -24,12 +24,7 @@ reduce the number of forbidden calls.
Run ./ and generate vlc.7z
Extract the contents to vlc/
2) Generate .def and .lib
Use VS command-line ("Developer Command Prompt for VS2012") to run vlc/makelib.bat, from the directory where libvlc.dll is present. (Adapted from )
This will let us avoid the dreaded FileNotFoundException.
3) Build and package the front-end
2) Build and package the front-end
Open Package.appxmanifest, and generate a self-signed cert
Compile VLC_WRAPPER and then VLC_WINRT in Visual Studio.
......@@ -53,7 +48,7 @@ Select your "VLC_WINRT_1.0.0.0_x86_Debug.cer"
4) Deploy the package
3) Deploy the package
Start → Programs → Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 → Visual Studio Tools → Debuggable Package Manager
Install VCRT dependency:
......@@ -70,7 +65,7 @@ Enable-AppxDebug 9519ba58-7ad6-4c4e-97ed-bfc2135a0d19_1.0.0.0_x86__2c7ztm58ext6
Congratulations, you have installed VLC for WinRT.
5) Helpful snippets and tools
4) Helpful snippets and tools
Use DebugView to view the debug logs
And Procmon ( ) helps to see and debug events (like loading DLLs/modules/etc)
......@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ find tmp -name "*.a" -exec rm -v {} \;
find tmp \( -name "*.dll" -o -name "*.exe" \) -exec ../extras/package/win32/ {} \;
cd tmp
cp ../lib/.libs/libvlc.dll.def libvlc.def
gendef libvlc.dll
${TARGET_TUPLE}-dlltool libvlc.dll -l libvlc.lib -d libvlc.def libvlc.dll
7z a ../vlc.7z *
call "%VS110COMNTOOLS%\VsDevCmd.bat"
del libvlc.def
echo EXPORTS > libvlc.def
for /f "usebackq tokens=4,* delims=_ " %%i in (`dumpbin /exports libvlc.dll`) do @if %%i==libvlc echo %%i_%%j >> libvlc.def
del libvlc.lib
lib /def:"libvlc.def" /out:"libvlc.lib" /machine:x86
\ No newline at end of file
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